Everybody knows that if you want an overload of hoover-style bass shenanigans, than Herve's Cheap Thrills label is pretty much a one-stop-shop. What's lesser know, however, is the other side of the label, the disco side of things. This compilation collects ten of the finest disco-orientated party tunes that emerged on the label. Highlights include the chopped up Frank Farian-style bonanza "I Think I Like It" by Fake Blood, the absurd Billy Ocean-led knees up "54321 (Voodoo Chili Edit)" by Kill Frenzy and the sleek Mighty Mouse Euro-disco rework of "Robot Rock" by The Glamour.
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